"We all think that our education was very well-rounded because Ramalynn gave us many opportunities to excel in academics, athletics, and the arts. We were taught to be kind to all living beings and volunteer to help others. These are all values that we continue to pursue as adults."
"I was at Ramalynn for 11 years then I went to Minnetonka High School- which was a very big public high school, so I really appreciated the small class sizes and I think maybe because of the small class sizes and the curriculum, but it really did feel like a family. I felt more motivated to learn because of the connections."
Tell us about you! What are you up to these days?
"I am currently a first-year at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where I plan to major in African-American Studies and minor in Music. In terms of career aspirations I intend to become a pediatric nurse practitioner."
Jack Hillen, a Ramalynn alumnus was on the winning team back in 1995 when Ramalynn held its first ever Mini-State Hockey Tournament. Jack went on to play in the real State Hockey Tournament three times at the Xcel Energy Center with the Academy of Holy Angels, winning one state title.
Jordan Taylor, a former Ramalynn student was once a member of Ms. Darla, Ms. Julie, and Mr. Krishna’s classes. As an athlete, Jordan won the Ramalynn Soccer Championship, two Ramalynn Super Bowl Titles and the Ramalynn Mini State Tournament Hockey Championship.
Jackson Yueill had a storied career both academically and athletically at Ramalynn Academy. As an 8th grader, he finished tied for the top score in the state of Minnesota in the Math Olympiad competition. Jackson also won the Ramalynn Super Bowl, Stanley Cup, World Series and Soccer World Cup championships during his 7th and 8th grade year...